My practice is united by a common exploration of social and humanistic principles and values that I execute through the mediums of sculpture, new media, installations, and photo-based works. Beginning with an inquiry into our shared social and political environment, my interdisciplinary work investigates the development of an individual’s sense of self and the evolution of a shared consciousness. Here I explore issues surrounding women’s rights, gender and identity, and a concerted reaction to the changing political and social climate of our era. My most recent series of work Evidence of Being was created when I embarked on archiving my career. Out of the reflection on my own history, the challenges of sustaining oneself as a career woman artist in an atmosphere of commercialism I began to see the archive as something that raised questions about the nature and importance of being an artist. I pursue these questions through my practice.